Explores how the American economy and quality of life is linked to the development of the nation?s resources. Focus is on the interaction of individual citizens, business, and government institutions from the Colonial Era to present. Topics explore the role of democracy, property rights, free markets, government, agencies, and financial institutions in the development of the United States. Semester Typically Taught: Fall, Spring

Dates Spring 2018 | 1/8/18 - 5/4/18
Credits 3.0
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Edwards, Eric eric.edwards@usu.edu
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